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There's nothing spookier than Mysterious Mummy Mason Jars. Okay, maybe actual mummies are spookier, but these guys come pretty close. Mason jar crafts allow you use inexpensive items to create one-of-a-kind projects. Fun Halloween crafts can help you get in the spirit and celebrate the best aspects of fall. For this project, you only need a few inexpensive supplies, so round everything up and get to work as soon as possible. Make a bunch of these mummies and line your countertop or mantel in the time leading up to Halloween night.
Dress up like Aang from The Last Airbender! This hat is really easy to crochet and fans of Aang will absolutely love it! Wear it for Halloween or just to show off your super hero love! This crochet hat pattern is great for beginners.
Keep warm in the autumn months with this Cozy Halloween Blanket. Free crochet afghan patterns like this one will give you something to do on blistery fall days and, when it's done, this blanket is great for snuggling in and watching scary movies!
Halloween is quite possibly the most fun day of the year. It's an excuse to dress up, become someone else and, of course, eat candy. Halloween also provides a fantastic opportunity to get creative and try out some DIY ideas. Show off your love for the season by creating Halloween crafts for kids.
This Egg Carton Bat is a great project to make with your kids! Reuse an old Styrofoam or cardboard egg carton and make a whole family of cute bats! These would look great hanging from one of your trees on Halloween night! With a few simple materials, these Halloween bats make crafting easy and fun for kids of all ages. This Egg Carton Bat is sure to bring smiles this October. Easy Halloween crafts are always a great idea for nights when you want the kids to get creative and be in the holiday spirit.
Make Halloween bags filled with treats from old toilet paper tubes! These recycle crafts for kids are eco-friendly and perfect for a spooky Halloween. The Trio of TP Treat Bags include 3 different designs.
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Crochet a spooky spider sitting on a web for the perfect Halloween pin. This Halloween crochet spider even has a smiling face made with orange beads. This is a sweet and cute way to liven up everything from a jacket to a hat. You could also give away these cute crocheted pins to a few special trick-or-treaters!
Use some spare fabric and a few cardboard boxes to create a fun Frankenstein costume for Halloween. Find this project and 34 other kids Halloween costumes in Cute and Easy Costumes for Kids by Emma Hardy.
You don't need to spend money at the store for your precious little one. Instead, you can make a crochet baby hat all on your own with this Impossibly Cute Baby Skull Hat. This tutorial will show you how to make a cute, warm hat with a fun skull motif (and eyelashes for little girls). If you're a beginner, these crochet baby hat patterns will make you feel more comfortable. This unique pattern will be perfect atop any baby's little head.
Dress up your little munchkin in this sweet and easy Crocheted Witch Hat. It's comfortable for the baby to wear and is easy to embellish with various flowers or buttons. You could even add stars and turn it into a wizard's hat!
Crochet yourself some lovely Halloween crafts. This free crochet pattern is a fabulous Jill-o-lantern that can be made with yarn, stuffing and pantyhose. You don't always have to have a Jack-O-Lantern.
Trick or Treat! This Witch Go Boom Broom is made with a secret ingredient...do you know what it is? Pop cans! Each witch is made from a smashed Pepsi can! Cheap Halloween crafts like this are great for kids and adults alike and are a budget-friendly way to decorate for the holiday. Halloween craft decorations like this Witch Go Boom Broom are great for both indoors and out. Create a Witch Go Boom Broom and watch your guests' faces light up in amusement.
Make your own Halloween pumpkin patterns with the help of spooky paints and a touch of glitter Mod Podge. Amy Anderson demonstrates how to create a pirate-themed skeleton pumpkin for unique Halloween decorating.
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